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Photo: Speaking up at GlobalComm

One of the year's biggest trade shows for telecommunications gear makers and service providers, GlobalComm 2006 is under way this week in Chicago.
By Bill Detwiler, Contributor on
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Mike Lazaridis

Mike Lazaridis, president and co-CEO of BlackBerry maker Research In Motion, told attendees at the GlobalComm trade show in Chicago that wireless carriers need to be careful about rolling out unlimited wireless data usage plans. He said it's important that handset makers and carriers develop efficient technology so network capacity isn't drained. He also stressed the importance of pricing capacity-hungry data services appropriately.

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